expenses claim

expenses claim expenses claim \sense 1 claim1

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expenses claim UK US noun [C] (UK
a list of amounts of money spent for business purposes that you should be paid back by your employer: put in/file an expenses claim »

An employee put in a three-figure expenses claim for lunch.

a false/fraudulent expenses claim »

He campaigned to expose politician's false expenses claims.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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